Mangaluru: Nitte institute to hold international physiotherapy conference on Dec 2-3

Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Nov 26: Nitte Physiotherapy Institute on the eve of its silver jubilee celebrations has planned to hold a two-day international physiotherapy conference, ‘Physio Fanesia 2022’ at Deralakatte Justice K S Hegde auditorium on December 2nd and 3rd, 2022 said its principal and conference organizer Dr Danesh Kumar K U.

He was speaking in the news conference held at Kshema Yoga hall on Saturday, November 26.

The pre-conference workshop is planned on December 1. As many as 60 students of the Kerala health science organization will participate in it.

A total of 1,400 students and teachers together from Kerala Health science organization Bengaluru, Rajiv Gandhi institute of health sciences, Bengaluru, Dayanand Sagar deemed to be university, Bengaluru, Swamy Narayan institute of health sciences, physiotherapy students from C M Patil institute and other institutes will take part.

There will be four international speakers from Philippines, Hong Kong and Bahrain and 16 speakers from other states.

Bengaluru north university vice chancellor Dr Niranjan Vanalli will inaugurate the conference. Nitte university’s N Vinay Hegde, Dr M S Moodithaya, Harsha Halahalli will be guests of honour.

As many as 310 essays that will be tabled will be useful for graduate researchers. Cultural programmes will be conducted by Malayalam artists, he said.

Prof Rakesh Krishna Kovela, Krishna Prasad K M and Aishwarya Nayar were present.





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